We can talk about how awful Chapek and Iger are with forcing IPs into the parks, and that's true I suppose, but at the end of the day it's WDI's job to give us good stories and I don't believe they're capable of that anymore. Yes, Cars Land and Pandora look beautiful and so do the new additions to the Rivers of America, but none of them have good stories. Avatar's is laughable but I gave it a pass because there's not a lot to work with there and with Cars' I let it slide because the environment is so beautiful (and of course ROA doesn't have a story). But with later additions such as Mission Breakout, Iron Man Experience in Hong Kong, the Nemo ride in TDS (which Chapek and Iger had nothing to do with), junk pile on the Matterhorn, Guardians in Epcot, Shanghai's Pirates, Pixar Pier, and now the auction scene, I think WDI is incapable of creativity and imagination. For the most part, these are not issues with budgets, they're issues with storytelling and being able to deliver something that goes above and beyond.